There is a lot going on at Lulu Country Club, and while we’d love to tell you all about it, we couldn’t think of a better way to spread the good news than with a message from the president of the club, Jon Rusk.
As the new golf season opens Lulu Country Club is literally rising from the ashes. Nearly the entire clubhouse was destroyed in a devastating fire that left on the pro shop behind. Now as we head into the 2016 golf season the Lulu is busy making sure everything is ready for their members. A temporary pro shop and office, along with a new kitchen are in the works. A temporary pro shop and office, along with a new kitchen are in the works. New trailers were delivered and will be used as a bar and for clubhouse dining, along with a tent with seating for 150. It’s been a long road and there is a lot more to do, but we’re working on making Lulu even better than ever.
More to come so stay tuned!
We’ll be there! Come on out and let’s talk social media marketing. Here’s a link to the golf show event, which gets underway this Friday. We’ll be at the Golf Talk Live booth from 11 to 3 on Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 13 and 14, hanging out with the good folks from TL Golf Services. On Friday, GolfTalk Live will be live with host Tony Leodora broadcasting from the booth starting at 5 p.m. The place will be jumping, as it is every year, and a stop by our booth will be well worth your while if you have anything to do with promoting any type of golf business. Stop by and say hi, and there’s always a chance of winning a prize! Or, go to our Facebook page and sign up for your chance to win a foursome to Lulu Country Club!
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Win a FREE foursome to LuLu Country Club
We’re back with another giveaway!
Simply go to our Facebook page and click on comment and tell us your favorite #DonaldRoss designed golf course.
The comment with the most likes and shares wins! It’s that easy. A little Donald Ross History; In 1909 the golfing Shriners rented the farm from George Cox in order to build a nine-hole golf course. No amateur golf architect for them—no, indeed. Nothing would do but that they bring in the best—and best-known—course designer in America, Donald Ross. Ross, who was born in Dornoch, Scotland, and had learned the craft of course design there and at St. Andrews, had established his reputation on the strength of his outstanding layouts at Pinehurst, North Carolina, as well as local favorites Jeffersonville Golf Club and Aronomink.
Once you’ve entered be sure to share with all of your friends. Their likes and shares could lead you to victory!
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Contest ends, wait for it, on Leap Day!
Random, but we thought it was cool!